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Goulburn Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Gottltmrn^tock Sales. Tjibke was a largo attendance at Wed I day's Bnle^- .There" wasja :small -yard-' | ing of ,both sheep and cabtjo. /Die i-sheep peilned ; were^principally ftits; whioli broti^bt fr&m 17s^ to 20s. Wo i looKs brought J011 vo £12 15s;. coWs; £6 to--^E9.-, Stored: *Three,-yeur-old steers,, small and in. ]ow: copditiou, to dEo j two-year^ild stoers • and lieiWrs, '£'3 to. £3 10s; poddies to-yearlings off, £2 to £2 12s 6d ; ruilch cows and .springers,-£o to. a27 15s. Best beef yVorth-abont ^fl Cd porlQCjlbs.-.. ' C* - ~ ^
AFFI[?]IATION CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Affiliation Case. &nbsp; &nbsp; Emily Hogan sued Charles McDon- ald junior for the support of his ille- gitimate child. Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Connellan ap- peared for complainant. &nbsp; &nbsp; The case occupied the attention of &nbsp; the court during the greater part of &nbsp; the day, voluminous evidence being &nbsp; &nbsp; given both for and against,the greater portion of which being unfit for pub- lication. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The Bench made an order for the &nbsp; &nbsp; payment of 4/- per week, and allowed £2 witnesses expenses, costs of court 14/2, and professional costs £2 2/.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
James Turneiy GOTJLBTJRN - -MARBLE' - WORKS, - VERNER. STREET., " ' GOull>urn» ■ErONTIMENTAL-WORK AT LOWEST | -L"*- PRICES for tlRST-CIASS"' MA TERIfL AND LABOOK - DESIGNS POSTED ON APPLICATION. SCHOOL OF AJMES JIALL, Tuesd^* ^27tlfc October. Pare^all to Australia of - CLEMENT L- WRAGGE>| F.R.G.S , E.R., Met. Soc- &«n In his Grand Scientific Entertainment, 11 Voyage , ThrougV the UniTaroe,", The Great Paris Tekscope & the Moon, *c. KOSCIUSKO—The "Wonderland- of Aus-, tralia, illustrated by the Finest Pic tures ever, seen. •. PRICES—2/" an&'lH children Half price, 1 4 ' ©EORQE CALLENBER, Agent. FAML FOR SALE. 30 Acres Freehold, 280 Acres C.P., Situate, at ■ fiedgrouncl, miles from Crookwell, 2 miles from Laggan Butter Factory, aue'4 miles from McAlister Railway Station, ; GEO. McDO'NALD & SOH ; Have heeniavoured.&lt;with^ instructions from' " Mr. P. Naug^ton to sell by auction ■■■•> At the Commercial Hotel, Crookwell ,;;r---vp.m. •;. O...
Poet's Corner. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Poot's Corner. THE FEDERAL CAPITAL. FROM the waters of the Murray to the borders of the north, &nbsp; All the clamour for the capital has started breaking forth; . And from ■ Ymitd Bulla-bulla ftijd from Cosnubarabvan ' JThereV the anxious cry arising t'ovin to - good old Queanb»yan; And''tB6 Grafton. folks would like it, and the folks of Emwiaville; 'And the patriots located at the place called Broken Hill. Jf you listen to the clamour of. th« monn ' ; tains aiid the dales, "Ton will find ft thousand claimants rising up in New South Wales. And if cheok 'were but sufficient, if it needed only'blow, .These is. not a town but Bathurst that - would have the slightest show;' But there's Goulburn.and there's Meran bura and Milthorpe, not to spjak Of the half-a-dozen townships on the Cal lewatta Cre«k; - ■ - And they all hiwe splendid climates, anil J . " their situation's gr od, , ; IWhether seated on the Marthagny, the Barwon, or the Bland! And it really seorns that Crookwell wi...
NORTH WHEEO NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
NORTH WHEEO NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) &nbsp; &nbsp; STOCK.—After a rather severe winter, stock of all kinds in this locality are &nbsp; &nbsp; in splendid condition, and very few losses have taken place; in fact, all through the drought this part had no loss to report, and now that stock of all kinds are so valuable the owners may justly be congratulated for sav- ing their stock. &nbsp; Shearing.—The time is fast ap- &nbsp; &nbsp; proaching when we will hear the &nbsp; merry click of the shears, and a good clip (quality and quantity) is looked forward to. Tennis.—Our club is getting in &nbsp; form by degrees, and promises to be able to hold its own against the neighbouring clubs. Our club has only played one match as yet, having suffered defeat at the hands of Crook- well. The return game on the local court is being anxiously looked, for- ward to; when a strong effort will be made to reverse the result of ...
Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 23 October 1903
Wedding. A pretty wedding took place at St. Mary's Church, Crookwell, on Wed- &nbsp; nesday last when Mr. S. J. Frost, youngest son of the late Mr. M. Frost, of Prospect Hill, Wheeo, was married to Miss M. Glennan, eldest daughter of Mr. P. Glennan, of " Glenleigh," Wheeo, the officiating clergyman being the Rev. Father Carroll. The bride who entered the church on her father's arm, was beautifully dressed in a gown of white tucked silk, bebe ribbon and vallenciennes insertion, with bridal wreath and veil, and car- ried a shower bouquet of rosebuds and marguerites. The bridesmaids were her sisters, Miss K. Glennan and Miss A. Glennan, the former being at- tired in white silk, chiffon trimmings, with white picture hat to match, and the latter in a tasteful gown of white silk, valenciennes lace and black pic- ture hat. The gifts of the bridegroom were gold brooches. Mr. Walter &nbsp; Frost was best man. After the marriage ceremony, the &nbsp; happy couple drove ...
COMMERCIAL. CROOKWELL PRICES CURRENT. (That is between the producer and first purchaser.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
COMMERCIAL. . CROOKWELL / PRICES CURRENT. (That is between ihe : producer - and Jir.itf,? pnrcha-ier.J'.^ Wheati'i/G 'por bushel . . . Oats,-23 S)d to 3s.-bushel MiliM,'3s 9d.to 4-tf bushel. • •l?]ouiv ^ia 5s.:to il2 LO/'toni; Brftn;10d per'bushel • , • Pollard, .to la per Imshel Oil Cake, 8s per owfc ; ■ ... ; Chaff (oaten) J33 to £3 Gspcr ,tou ■ Potatoes—Brownell seod,:' £& 10s »toir; Circular Heads (eatiug). toi,JE^^ Onions, 5a per cwt. Eggs, 7d pa>* dozen Buttoi- (factory^, aid, dairy,8(1.: ■ Bacon, 9d i huuia, 9di, Beeswax, 1/ lb •• _ Horsehair, I()d to Is 2d lb Lard, Rd to 7d lb Sheopskins, 3d to 6d lb Hides, 3Jd to id lb - . Poultry—Fowls, 2/G to 3/6 pair ; ducks,* 2/0 to 3/(5 pair.j geeso, 6/- to 0/ ;. Turkeys—hens, 5s to Gs, gobblers 10s to 14s pair &lt;
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
CABLES. In connection with a c/tttie maiming case; at. G reat Wyrley,. Staffordshire-,,; 'George;, ^Ernest Ediji, a solicitor-, ol Birming ham, lias been sentenced to ' seven/ years'penal servitude at Stafford for maliciously .wounding a liorse. The .jury ^recommended him to mercy 011 ;acc6uhtof his position, but Sir Reginald, Hardy-,.who presided, refused- to accept the ridery. and emphasised tlie gravity of the outrage. In tlie experimental run- at Zossen, Germany, a sieihan's 'electric car on a railway line reached the record speed of '\£28 irales per hour. ' The mines'of'the .Ama%at|&: Copper Company in Montana, :U. S. A., have shut down.. As a result-'-of • the stoppage fifteen thousand men are out of work. -■ A double railway collision : occurred in,1 the north of Eng land.. The : Leeds express •collided with ; a light engine! and dvo\-e it into the- Sovverby ■ Tunnel. Seyeral;:,carriages • of the express train were de 'railed by the impact, ancb the •Manchester .train...
FULLERTON NEWS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
FUIiLERTON NEWS ("From our-: Correxnondeiil.) • The Season.—The weather is splendid, and the country looks well, the grass being good. There is vevo-ry-appear-: ance ofra-better.season than 1 we ' have; had for a considerable time. . It; has been raining heavily since 1-o'clock. Lambing- is - finished, and I - think bhero will be a good percentage of lainiid.': ■ ~ School Chauges.—-Mr. H. Sheldon; school teacher -at Hadley Public School, has been removed to>■ Bell's Creek, near Bnudwood,' whore .there is n more; suitable residence--for. a married tendher. ' A- young man from' Inveroll, Mr. Hurst, is now in charge ! at Hadley. - . • -, • Ci-ioket Las .t died I nl Fullerton, or else all the young mou hiwo gowo to sleep; as you never hear a-word: about ■ the .. game; 'l'ho Kompton Cricket' Club is going well, thoy. having put down a now concrete wickofc and opened tlie beason'ts play, ou it: last Saturday, when the siugle played (he. married mon. The former had:' un easy win, and sc...
RAILWAY PARCE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
BAILWA.Y PAR0E1 ..The following ia tl>e sea] the carriage of pareelii an I . STAMTKD 1U.RCEI.S' (Rrcs &lt;Up to 40 mi lea—31b. and uq&lt; 71b., 3d j 71b. to 141b 281b.,' 9d; 281b. to 5Glb. _ . 84lb., l/(|; every additional i ■. part thereof :3d. i Eor 51 to. 150 miles—;3lb. and under: Qfi-; aJfc.it-0 71b„«d; j71b^to 141b., 1/; 14lb. 1 to 281b.; 1/6 j 281b.,to uGlb., 2/G;; 5Glb. t-a 811b,, HJS; -avery additional 14lb. or p;rt thereof, 9d. For 151 to 200 miles—31b. and under, 1/ " 31b. to 71b;; 1/3; 71b. to 141b., >1/19 • 14'b. to: 281b., 2/9; .28Vb, to 561b., tij ■&lt;GGlt. to &lt;841b„ --0/3 ; every ; nddittone.1 Wlb.-or^artbhereof, 1/. Over 300 milea—:31b. und- under, 1/6: 31b. to 71b., 21; 71b. to 141b., 2/G; 14!b. to 281b., 4/; 281b. to 5Glb., 0/; 5Glb. to ; 84lb.,>8/; eveyyaddiiioniUMlh. orjNxefc thereof, -lJC. All fracbVesis of Sd-will fce ohatgad asiSd. : 50/per cenL additional charge "where tltu freight is made to p:iy. •
NEWS & NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
The Federal Parlimont has bsen prorogued, arid TvilT'nofc reasseinb^ before^ the dissolution. The., proro gation speech stated that the'work of' tho session had been highly-successful, botli- iiv-axnourit and,importance. Oorowra,. Friday.—-The Federal roll for. the Corowa district has been exhibited-,: and proves to^-be absolutely the most slovenly ever compiled and placed before electors: The names of those that left thu district over 18 mouths ago, and others deceased dur-: ing that time, have been left on, while well known residents of long ' standing . have been, omitted. . The names of wives appear, while those oivthe linsbands are. niissing^ /l'he roll is totally different fo 11 at 'of the Statu. Ib seems that wholesale1 dis franchisement o£ electors will result. Speaking • to the Women's Social and Political-League the other night* .Mi'. John H&ynes, M. L. A scored heavily on the male interjectova who attend such ^meetings. for the purpose, of badjering tlie speakers ...
The Federal Session. REVIEW OF ITS WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
The Federal Session. REVIEW OF ITS'-WQKIv.' ■Titk' Session of the FwlerftlB&Vliinent, jvhjch was opgued on May 26, lias "now been prorogued,''atid the- elections^ will lui ve ta> be hold' bcfoi'e it- reassembles. Jr. has been an eventful'Ssessiou.- It has had- its sensations and surprises ; it has seen sweeping, changes tkffocted m. the Ministry aiid important legis lation passed/ beginning on May 26;. it has lasted about five months, and during that time the £ar.tou .Cabinet wtis on one ocjasicn-at least perilously near being turned out of office in a fit ol indignation . engendered in the Labour'Piti'ty, together with 30'mci of its own supporteis, at the failurp.of iSome of - its democratic legislation. Tho modt important Bill passed-—the .Judiciary Bill—lia-i received [altera tions which have entirely changed the. scope of the measure. Some 'of.; the Acts passed last session have been I altered, aud one or twj new depart1 | ment6>-6f legislation «havc-been opened | ...
GOULBURN TO CROOKWELL LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
-GOULBUEN TO CROOKWELL LINE. A train leaves Goulburn daily, Sundays and W-dditfladirys excepted, at '4/Mi,: .■■■■• a.m.; -Roslyiipii.So; i&nivoaCrooWell 9.50. A; ■ train learves Croekwelldiily, Sundays v. mid Waineadays' excepted,, at $10 p*n>.'; K00-, arrtvea^ Goulburn - ~ 5 HO. ^^5. 0«i W-edneilaya trains leaws'-Gciulburn at &lt;5.J>5a.m.-aud.a.'20. p.w.rttoalyn, p.40 4.43 .p.m.; arrive at C*eok- . &lt;well&lt;7^0-a.«i. and 5.30 p.in. ■ Ou Wednesdays trains leave Crookwell. at,: • >;. 8.5 a.m. and (5.5 >p.m.; Eosl.vnj; 8(40 i : a,w;iaaJdi>C.uO p.m.; urrive Goulburn ■ ■ .lOvlflt kw. and 8.25 p.in. .
MARCONIGRAMS. (From our Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
MARCONIGRAMS. (From our Corresjwnde?!!^), '■ Un't>eii the above huading, • I will - en cteavoui'ito chronicle items of "inioresf/ from Wdqdhoiiseiee, Middle. Arm find Ro'slyn.: The season in ibis locality is: one of t he best experienced for some years;.aud, apei\Iciug gonernliy, ti roar-, yellons transformation liaB- tukcn place witbin the lasffmaiitli,' tlio cpudicions 'bonciuiiinpr so favourable that it seems' difficult for,tlio most sanguine to, find reason ,for.;discontenfc or apprehension; Stock of- all-, descriptipna look well,, niirl +h&-lanib'iiievtakein on a ivliole will bo good, ^Shearing.will soon be; the order (if the.day, Messrs.'Nixon' Bros, of *' MciTy.vsile" having already .made n start. Ow.mg . tp the high . prices rnlmgfor she*p the wool will have to realise a . goud^price this year to com* •pensato: owners for tlieir outlay. ,> At. a cricket meeting held at Middle Ar/n-ifc was vpsolv'ed bo- form a clutv to be known'hs the Middle Avm O.C.. Jr. M. Hau...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Argyle Liberal and District Recorder — 27 October 1903
t£be New Shorthand. ^ojuatt^iVAvliere ,you IIyg, \V$ WJLL TEACH YOU Shorthand* ,--21 liaisons far |£L/; postage exira. ~ 0»Ky iUree&esso»s tG write notes ) 21 to completion. Oar (correspondence' systeiji of Tuition has given" Results* Unchallenged. v BE UP-TOrBATE! Study the Simplest and' Most " TitAcTiCArr"Sy€tem/'v' " * AVurru von Particulars, k W. CHAftLTOtf HCTBBLE,^ Gibbs' Chambers,, Jttoure-Bt.^Syda^y. ' * f'